Mom-To-Be Takes College Test Online While In Labor
A Georgia mom-to-be took multitasking to a whole new level. She completed her online psychology exam while waiting to give her birth to her daughter.
Psychology tests are hard. Child birth is even harder. One Georgia mom-to-be combined the two and blew us all away.
Tommitrise Collins said she wasn't going to let labor pains get in the way of finishing her online college psych test. Seriously, she took the test in her hospital room in between contractions.
Collins reportedly told her sister, "It took me four to five hours after the opening of the test to try to put the pain to the side and do it so I wouldn't have to do it later and I could enjoy my newborn."
Well, after about 20 hours of labor, that newborn arrived. Tyler Elise was born around 9 p.m. And if you were wondering, mom got a solid B on that exam.
Collins is now raising money to finish college and provide for her new daughter.
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